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Copying a Worksheet in Excel

There are a few different ways to copy a worksheet in Excel. The first way is to use the Copy and Paste commands. To do this, select the worksheet you want to copy, then click on the Home tab. In the Clipboard group, click on the Copy button. This will copy the selected worksheet. Next, select the worksheet where you want to paste the copied worksheet. Click on the Home tab again, then click on the Paste button in the Clipboard group. This will paste the copied worksheet into the new location.

Another way to copy a worksheet is to use the Move or Copy command. To do this, select the worksheet you want to copy, then click on the Home tab. In the Cells group, click on the Format button. A drop-down menu will appear. Select Move or Copy from this menu. A dialog box will appear. In this dialog box, select the worksheet you want to copy the selected worksheet to from the To book drop-down menu. Then, check the Create a copy box and click on OK.

You can also use drag and drop to copy a worksheet in Excel. To do this, select the worksheet you want to copy and hover your mouse over its tab at the bottom of the window. When you see a small black arrow appear, click and hold down your left mouse button and drag the tab over to where you want to paste it. When you see a small plus sign appear next to your cursor, release your mouse button.

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